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    eSafety Resources

    I thought I would start the ball rolling with a thread for people to link to any resources they find, resources from Childnet, CEOP, LAs, etc ...

    I know there are a number of threads out there already but if we can merge them in it would be good.

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    There's also the Facebook privacy guide at Ars:An updated guide to Facebook privacy: December 2009 edition (it may be a bit out-of-date, but bearing in mind Ofsted is leaning towards "educate to use safely, rather than block" it's appropriate.)
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    CWDC Safer Recruitment Training:
    Safer recruitment in education - e-learning | CWDC
    FREE Online course in Safer Recruitment - takes about 4 hours and you don't have to do it all in one go. Certification lasts 5 years. Useful insight into Safeguarding even if you aren't on any interview panels. Every recruitment process, from advert to appointment, in a school must be conducted with at least one person holding this certificate involved throughout.

    ReclaimPrivacy.org | Facebook Privacy Scanner

    Get Safe Online :: Resources for parents, teachers and young people

    Privacy Playground - e-safety games

    Report Underage User | Facebook

    YouTube - Beatbullying Channel

    CBBC newsround special: Caught in the web - Video for KS2

    123people.com | free people search, find the public records of everyone

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    CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

    The web page for THAT button that Facebook doesn't want.It's not like dialling 999, you can click the link and not get into trouble. However if you do choose to report it WILL be taken seriously. It's monitored 24/7

    CEOP - Report abuse

    CEOP Website:
    Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre - Internet Safety - CEOP

    CEOP e-Safety videos (also available from ThinkUKnow):
    CEOP education e-safety videos on TeacherTube

    CEOP e-Safety videos on YouTube
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    SWGfL have some info on e-safety - probably the same as above but you never know
    South West Grid for Learning Trust - Staying Safe

    Useful policy templates, info on Internet Safety evenings for parents, and lots more.

    Actually I hadn't even looked at it all - there's a lot there
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    Know IT All for parents, produced by Childnet. Scroll down to the bottom, and you can access videos is different languages (Mandarin, Sign Language, Polish, etc.)

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    FaceBook Privacy Settings Guide - Sept 2010 Version

    Updated to include recent changes, including FaceBook Places

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    JISC RSC: E-safety and E-learning

    A sort of online course with some useful materials, resources and games.
    The course aims to introduce tutors/managers to the issues involved in making information technology safe for learners - whether they are children, young people or adults.

    The course will:

    ■Provide a guide to the many resources available on the internet.
    ■Help tutors to give advice or prepare lessons which cover the major issues of e-safety.
    ■Enable managers to consider what their organisation's response to the issues should be.
    Each section of this course has some introductory comments or definitions which will put the material into context.

    Also useful is this:
    JISC Legal: Legal Guidance for ICT Use in Education, Research and External Engagement: e-Safety Policy Checklist (03/03/2010)
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    Facebook Privacy Settings for Teenagers

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    This youtube video might make a good basis for training school staff!

    How to lose your job in 7 minutes


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    CEOP Ambassadors & ThinkUKNow Trainers

    If you need help to get an e-Safety programme going, you can ask a question on these forums.

    If you would like the direct assistance of someone with CEOP training, you can try contacting someone in this edugeek group: edugeek group: CEOP Ambassasors and ThinkUKow Trainers

    If you are a CEOP Ambassador or ThinkUKnow Trainer, have you registered with the group yet?

    This CEOP leaflet explains more about ThinkUKnow Education Initiatives and CEOP training:
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    Vodafone's new Digital Parenting magazine from Vodafone Parents' Guide:

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